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Subject: [Value-based care] Optum, Merck to develop value-based payment models for drugs | Mount Sinai St. Luke's settles HIPAA allegations for $387k | CBO scores AHCA: 5 things to know | 14 health IT key notes
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May 26, 2017
1. Mount Sinai St. Luke's agrees to $387k HIPAA settlement after 'careless' disclosure of HIV status 

2. Optum, Merck to collaborate on value-based reimbursement models for prescription drugs 
3. Kaspersky: 5 things to know about malware in the US
4. Webinar: Transform your organization to be patient-focused today 
CBO scores House-approved AHCA: 5 things to know 
In uncertain times, take control of your value-based future 
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7. Can HIT reduce preventable readmissions? 
Innovaccer to support independent physician associations transition to ACOs

9. Cerner boasts largest global EMR hospital market share; Intermountain joins American Well Exchange & more - 14 health IT key notes 

The critical few: Injecting a dose of innovation into your culture

11. Webinar: Learn best practices to reducing IT costs and complexity

12. Viewpoint: A Bundle of Ignorance 



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